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One of the biggest problems with keeping our heritage fruit trees alive is by losing their identity.  Perhaps the original label blew off in the wind and the name forgotten, or the owner moved houses leaving simply 'a very nice tree that produces lovely apples'?  

The most permanent solution we have found to this problem is to attach to the tree a highly durable, long lasting, weather resistant Orchard Label with fruit type & variety name - similar to those seen in Botanical Gardens.  

The label may be either tied to a side branch with wire or chain, attached to a timber stake beside the tree with a screw or attached directly onto the tree using a galvanised screw.  

Colour:  Black Label with White Text
Width: 75mm
Height: 22mm
Material: 1.6mm UV Stable High Impact & Scratch Resistant Acrylic Resin

Simply enter in the Fruit Type and Fruit Variety in the boxes provided.

PLEASE NOTE:  While orders for Orchard Labels are able to be placed at any time throughout the year, all Orchard Labels are only posted to customers at
 the same time as our Scions - only once each year in Late July / August (when trees are dormant).  Our cut off date for all Orchard Label orders is strictly 30th June for same year delivery.

 

(ORCHARDLABEL)

SKU ORCHARDLABEL
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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